ANDREW AITCHISON has been singing his whole life. Born into a musical family, his mother, a singer and theatre major encouraged her son to pursue his musical gifts. His father a church minister offered a venue for his son to perform. Like many of his soul and R&B musical influences, Andrew got his start in the church singing solos and performing in choirs from the age of 4. In reference to the classic Dusty Springfield song, this son of a preacher man jests that he’s “the only one who could ever reach you.” Andrew also studied classical piano with the Royal Conservatory of Music. Through his childhood and youth when he wasn’t singing in the mirror pretending to be famous, Andrew competed in local Kiwanis Festivals in choirs and for solo piano often receiving top prize. Though music was always a passion, Aitchison put it all to the side in his early twenties and focused on a career in the field of Advertising. When this proved to be unrewarding and a quarter century crisis kicked in, Andrew decided to start studying voice seriously. This led to a life change and his entrance into the prestigious Bachelor of Music program at Humber College. Andrew graduated from Humber College in May 2012, and is furthering his studies in Master of Sacred music program at the University of Toronto.

In his spare time he enjoys watching documentaries, true crime shows, and most anything related to Oprah. He also enjoys baking macaroni and cheese or casseroles of any kind. Andrew is lots of fun and people tend to enjoy his company! 😉